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Dead Reckoning

Five years have passed since his last night. Death by the numbers. He has not taken thousands of photographs.  He already has missed a quarter of one daughter’s young life, four college commencements and one high school graduation. Thirty household … Continue reading

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The Third’s the Charm

“The third time’s the charm,” the saying goes. It is a paean to the payoff of persistence.  Get back up on that horse, re-tackle that problem, dare to open your heart after it’s not only been broken, but broken once … Continue reading

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Sweet Serenity

My children have such an eye for serenity, which I confess has been in short supply within the household during recent years. For Grandeur, wrote Pattiann Rogers, some look to nature’s intense bursts and others to all-enveloping quiet; some: . … Continue reading

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Vicarious Adventure

She has seen white nights in Russia, and a Queen of the Night near the equator. In one photograph she is at the bottom of the sea; a neon-striped bright blue and yellow fish obscures her torso. In another recent … Continue reading

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